The LPN/Office Nurse will take the patient to the exam room and take the vital signs, weight, and history. LPN will be responsible for injections, setting up surgical trays, cleaning surgical instruments and sterilizations. The LPN will maintain cleanliness and stocking of exam rooms. The LPN will review all lab reports for any abnormalities for the provider, record, and have provider sign off on all reports. The LPN will call patients at the provider's request regarding any abnormal lab reports or actions to be taken due to the lab reports, sending report to medical records for placing in patients chart. The LPN will return patient phone calls and call in prescriptions at provider's orders. The LPN is responsible for nursing procedures such as EKG, oximetry and IV's. The LPN is responsible for maintaining all medical equipment. The LPN is responsible for making sure all procedures; tests, etc. are marked on patient routing slips to ensure financial success of practice.
The LPN/Office Nurse will be cross-trained for other medical staff members as well as in other areas of the office for fill in as necessary.
Additional InformationMedical Group of the Carolinas features 235 physicians in 20 specialty areas, and is structured to provide both patients and caregivers the ability to form strong relationships and create medical homes. Medical Group of the Carolinas includes a large number of conveniently-located primary care physician offices, 18 of which have been recognized as Physician Practice Connections-Patient Centered Medical Homes. It also offers five OB/GYN practices at six locations for women's health, two pediatric practices, as well as experienced specialty providers.